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Just Hold On a Little Bit Longer… The Pain Ends

Allow your pain to motivate a change. You don’t have to be numb or empty anymore. AND, you definitely aren’t alone! There are many walks of life that cause the same negative emotions (shame, blame, guilt) that lead to the same unhealthy consequence, numbing.

Taking that first step to therapy, for some making the call, is the hardest part. Fort Mill Psychotherapy can be the first steps to a long term recovery process. Seeking therapy is about healing the pain, finding relief, and getting “unstuck”. When you make that call, your treatment will be individualized to your needs. Fort Mill Psychotherapy provides individual, couples, family, and group therapy.

Fort Mill Psychotherapy is located in the heart of Fort Mill by Baxter Village right off of I-77. Fort Mill Psychotherapy is owned and operated by Amber Tolbert, Licensed Therapist, serving Fort Mill and surrounding areas of Charlotte, Ballantyne, Matthews, Tega Cay, Lake Wylie, and Rock Hill.

Individual Therapy

Individual therapy supports us in identifying, creating, and understanding ourselves. Often, therapy will integrate group or family therapy into treatment because of the level of validation, empathy, and sympathy that one experiences. Including one’s system (supports) in therapy will often allow the individual to sustain the improvements made while in therapy.

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Couples Therapy

Couples therapy is geared towards empowering individuality, while also cultivating and respecting a new identity as a couple. This treatment will support the couple in improving communication and trust to allow for a solid foundation.

We all bring into new relationships pieces of old relationships. Sometimes, it is necessary to resolve old relationships in order to move forward in our current ones.

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Family Therapy

Family therapy is a combination of individual and family therapy catered to what the family (system) needs. Each person within the family has a role and is essential to the process of the family. If one person in the family is in pain, the family as a whole will be in pain. Thus, the family as a whole will need to heal. Family therapy support individuals and the family in addressing conflict, communication and dynamics.

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Workshops and Groups